June 14, 2022

Report: White House Repeatedly Hosted Anti-Police Activists

By T. Thompson In Latest News with Comments Off on Report: White House Repeatedly Hosted Anti-Police Activists

President Joe Biden’s White House has repeatedly hosted advocates behind the “defund the police” movement, visitor logs show.

One such advocate was Rashad Robinson, who serves as president of the left-wing racial justice group Color of Change. Robinson visited the White House last summer to meet with then-top Biden adviser Cedric Richmond, who recently left the administration to join the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

Color of Change was “at the forefront of the unsuccessful push to ‘dismantle’ and replace the Minneapolis Police Department, an effort that was fueled by $500,000 from George Soros’ Open Society Policy Center, Fox News reported.

Another such activist was Carmen Rojas — the President and CEO of the Marguerite Casey Foundation — who reportedly visited the White House in December 2021 for a meeting with Nia Page, a Special Assistant to Richmond.

“We must be unwavering in our commitment to freedom,” Rojas tweeted in April 2021. “The best way to realize it is to defund the police and support abolition. Period.”

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